Tagged: bariatric surgery
A look back at more early thoughts about my decision to have bariatric surgery. Is surgery my Plan A? Or should it be Plan B?
In this installment of the Lessons Learned series, what do you do if you don’t reach your goal the first time? Well, try again of course!
Some more reflections from shortly after I decided to turn to bariatric surgery for help with my weight, I’ve started losing weight, and discuss my recent exercise and dealing with hunger.
Number 6 in my ongoing Lessons Learned from the Great Outdoors series where I remind you that goals are great, but don’t forget about the little things.
A reblog from when I first decided to have bariatric surgery, I continue to look at possible cons, such at transfer addiction.
Another reblog from when I first decided to have bariatric surgery, this time I start looking at possible cons.
A reblog of a post from Oct 2008, salvaged from a blog that’s no longer up, and offering up some thoughts after I made the decision to have bariatric surgery.
A revisiting of some thoughts I had in December of 2008, when I was still doing the pre-op phase of my bariatric surgery.
A recent Blue Bloods episode on CBS used weight bias and shaming to get a win for it’s lead character. Why I’m not as upset as I first was, and how they could fix it…
There is one recurring … fear and frustration that dogs many people who have had bariatric surgery (aka weight loss surgery). I’ve heard it from patients online, in various support groups I’ve attended/facilitated/led, as well as while at various obesity related events. It’s this perception that using surgery to get to a healthier weight is “taking the easy way out”.